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'Science News ' SPEED TEST' A neutrino blasted from a bright galaxy known as a blazar (illustrated) along with a flare of light reveals that neutrinos travel at roughly the speed of light. ' Moving on. View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' 'New York Times ' Scientists have discovered the tiny remains of a 100-million-year-old baby snake (pictured) preserved inside of a piece of amber from Myanmar. View this topic.
'Inside Higher Ed ' The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine have published a framework to help academics, research institutions and funders bring open science to the fore. View this topic.
'Scientific American ' Aruna Miller entered June’s Democratic primary for a highly prized Maryland seat in the U.S. Congress with several advantages. View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' 'The Independent ' 'The Guardian ' 'Los Angeles Times ' Jupiter's orbital family has just rapidly expanded, with scientists today announcing the discovery of 10 new miniature moons around the gas giant. View this topic.
'Popular Science ' Scientists want to learn more about how coral skeletons form so they might improve the process of using coral in human bone grafts, since human bone and coral skeletons are structurally similar. View this topic.
'Fast Company ' Technology developed for space often makes its way back to planet Earth: NASA research has led to advances in ' And now, the U.K. View this topic.
'Forbes ' Ongoing. After completing my doctoral work in the 1990s at Florida State University, I was a research meteorologist and deputy project scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center for 12 years. View this topic.
'NPR ' President Trump has the phone numbers of prominent Fox News personalities, says Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman. View this topic.
'Live Science ' The ' (LC-17) were imploded Thursday morning (July 12), toppling the oldest remaining launch pad structures at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. View this topic.
'Space.com ' What does it take to get a Rottweiler onto one of Jupiter's moons? Quite a lot, actually. View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' Since it was first funded in 2009, the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) in Washington, D.C., a U.S. View this topic.
'New York Times ' 'There is a lot of discussion about YouTube being an unpleasant environment for female creators,' said Inoaka Amarasekara, an Australian researcher in science communication. View this topic.
'Science News ' 'Science Magazine ' 'Los Angeles Times ' 'Space.com ' 'Washington Post ' HOME BASE' Scientists traced a high-energy neutrino back to its source: a blazar, View this topic.
'Science Magazine ' 'Science News ' 'Los Angeles Times ' 'Live Science ' The IceCube Laboratory at the South Pole operates a neutrino detector 1.5 kilometers beneath the ice. View this topic.